A bazaar of bohemiam goodies, extraordinary gifts, and curiosities. Walk — in a dream-like state — among Navajo-inspired jewlery, photography, coffee table books, sustainable clothing, and vintage furnishings.
The gorgeous design studio and atelier sources special, rare blends, and takes appointments for tea tastings. Bring your camera, nearly every inch of the space is begging to be Instagrammed.
On Saturdays in Fort Greene (and Sundays on the Williamsburg waterfront), artisans and hobbyists-gone-wild show off their clothes, accessories, and foodstuffs next to vintage dealers and old-school street vendors. The flea moves into an old Deco bank at One Hanson Place (Fort Greene) during winter months.
You can get brought right up to speed on New Brooklyn food philosophy at this cooking supply store and adjacent butcher counter, artisanal foods emporium, and classroom — where you can sharpen your knife skills, brew your own beer, or learn how to break down a pig.
Emphasis is on jewelry made from independent and local designers (Digby & Iona, John Derian, Yayoi Forest), though there's always something perfect to pick up as a gift (hanging ornaments, glassware, terrariums, cards, tooth fairy boxes, old-fashioned toys).
A truly unique shop with a museum-like quality and channeling another era in time. Stunning Victorian rings, turn of the 20th-century furnishings, chandeliers, and items for the curios cabinet are all displayed in a subtle and special way.
The owners of this little jewel box, tucked away on residential stretch of leafy Lafayette, source incredible vintage baubles and designer costume jewelry, and have encyclopedic knowledge about fashion throughout the ages. You are in for a treat.
There's always an excellent literary event happening at this bustling shop, which stocks the latest must-reads and a fine selection of cook books, NYC-themed books, and diaries for starting a novel of your own.
Channel your nesting energies toward the gorgeous salvaged furniture, lovely utilitarian objects, handwoven linens, unique hardware, and penny candy.
A modern paperie with a charming mom-and-pop atmosphere. An array of clever cards, wrapping papers, and gifty things are made by local and small-batch designers.
Where are all the thick-rimmed glasses-wearing intellectuals of Dumbo? Here, catching an avant-garde book reading or observing the latest street art gallery show at this giant warehouse for paper ephemera. Small press and custom published art, fashion, and pop culture tomes are prized. Your coffee table will be thrilled.
Shimmy between the stacks and piles of rare art books, unique covers, imported and hard-to-find zines, mags, and journals.
A fresh new approach to the garden center. Succulents, air plants, and unique trees and matched with terrariums, glass orbs, and other interesting planters for the modern home and garden.